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Introduction
Abortion is a hot topic and a significant topic for many people. •What is abortion
Ways to terminate a pregnancy
Types of abortion: Therapeutic and elective
What is Life?
Most religious people are tenaciously against abortion and feel life is born upon conception. •New studies have proven the fetus can feel and hear as little as a few weeks. •Fetus heart is developed at three weeks.

What is pro-life and pro-choice?
Pro-life: People who believe that the fetus/baby should be protected. •Pro-choice: People who believe that the women have the right to decide what happen to the fetus/baby. Why do women decide abortion instead of adoption?

Unplanned pregnancy
Fear of parents, family, and friends’ rejection.
Adoption is only considered as a last option
What are the procedures for abortion?
Morning after pill
Aspiration abortion
Actual abortion takes ten to twenty minutes.

What laws are in place for abortion today?
They are confidential
Kansas, Idaho, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Indiana ban abortions over twenty weeks. Women should have the final decision on abortion.
Supreme Court should not have the right to decide if an abortion should be done on any woman. •Men should not have the right to decide because it is not their body. Pregnancy will always present risks to women but not as much as abortion does. •Some mothers die during childbirth

Babies placed in orphanages do not always get adopted
Conclusion
The United States should legalize abortions.
Laws to support the Pro-choice should be implemented across the United States.

References
Callahan, D. (2007, May). Images, Arguments, and Interests. Society, 44(4), 22. Retrieved from ABI/INFORM Global Gee, A. (2011, June). Anti-abortion laws gain more ground in the USA. The Lancet, 377(9782), 1992-1993. Retrieved from Research Library Goldberg, S. (1997, July). Defending Choice. Society, 34(5), 22-24. Retrieved from ABI/INFORM...